It is easy if you are familiar with tunes, so that is where you should start. When you start up the iTunes software, you will see a large number of options. By clicking on iTunes store, there are more songs than you can imagine and a little bit of everything else. You will find music videos, games, live version of favorite tunes, new releases, episodes of your favorite TV shows, movie trailers, behind the scenes footage, full length films, live concert recordings, and much more. You can choose any of these items to download to your iTunes library. The purchase prices change, and can be substantial if you are purchasing something that is quite lengthy, like a feature film. Most tunes are just 99 cents, however, and you may often find songs at no cost. There are programs for free too actually, the home page of the shop lists the most common free items, and provides links for you to download them for yourself as well.
When you have downloaded what you want to place in your iPod, you can either place it right on the device, or you could make a playlist. A playlist is an excellent idea when you have got a good deal of top 100 new songs. Music and need to arrange it quickly, which makes it easier to get exactly what you need to hear when you need to hear it. The icons on the bottom of the iTunes library display will let you create a playlist. When you are done creating the playlist or creating a list of those things that you need to download to your iPod, it is time to plug in your device. If the battery is not fully charged, it may take a few moments before the computer recognizes the iPod. Be patient it will pop up shortly after the iPod icon pops up in your iTunes library menu on the left side, you can start to download your playlists and other downloads.
If your iPod is set to automatically sync with iTunes, it is going to begin immediately, and will download whatever you just bought. Additionally, it will upload anything on the iPod which iTunes doesn’t have from the library for example, if you uploaded a buddy’s playlist in their computer, now you can place it on your personal iTunes list. If you do not want the automatic sync to operate and would like to select your own downloads, you can click on manage music manually under the summary tab, and you will have the ability to select what you put on your iPod and what you leave on iTunes for later. Do not remove the iPod before the download is finished. Once it is done, use the eject function in your iTunes application, and then remove the iPod from the charger.